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From:The Southern Review (Vol. 47, Issue 2) Peer-Reviewedafter Martin Johnson Heade As if I am alone , to the left the thunderstorm keeps silent, too distant for the flickering from its dark clouds to reach me with thunder. Each flash quickens my pulse. The muscles of my...
From:African American Review (Vol. 45, Issue 1-2) Peer-ReviewedDouglass in London 1861 (after reading about the lecture by H. Box Brown ) There is no caked-on black face, no banjo, no dancing but night after night he makes minstrel of his own rescue, for crowds already expecting...
From:Journal of Southern History (Vol. 75, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedALONG WITH THE FOURTH OF JULY IN 1861 CAME A DILEMMA FOR THE members of the '76 Association in Charleston, South Carolina. Formed almost thirty years earlier with the purpose of organizing Independence Day celebrations,...
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